STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER MnDOT looks 50 years down the road, sees potholes
Many people have trouble planning next weekend, but the Minnesota Department of Transportation is looking 50 years down the road.
Not surprisingly, MnDOT discovered it faces many challenges.
A draft... Posted on 10/5/11 at 3:50 AM
Warmer temperatures mean more bicyclists will return to the road, and together, motorists and bicyclists must share the road, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Crews plan overnight interstate closures in early June and early July. Traffic will be diverted onto the Highway 78 exit ramp and immediately back onto the entrance ramp to I-94. Additional information will be released in advance of the closures.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation will commemorate Worker Memorial Day with several events throughout the state today, Monday, April 29, honoring the fallen workers who died while working on MnDOT construction and maintenance projects.
Despite the wintry weather Minnesota is experiencing, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is kicking off Work Zone Awareness Week April 15 with a new public education campaign. The campaign reminds motorists to slow down and pay attention in construction zones.
Motorists traveling Interstate 94 near St. Cloud will encounter delays as non-rush hour lane closures occur on both directions of I-94 between Highway 24 in Clearwater and County Road 75 in St. Cloud. The closures began Tuesday, March 26.
Property owners along state highways are reminded to use only blue or clear reflectors when marking driveway entrances and other objects on highway rights of way, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
The Maryland Avenue bridge replacement over Interstate 35E in St. Paul, the Highway 61 bridge project over the Mississippi River in Hastings, and the reconstruction of Highway 14 between Waseca and Owatonna are among more than 300 state highway and bridge projects that were under construction in 2012.
When you go over the river and through the woods this Thanksgiving, you might still end up at Grandma’s house but the entity that maintains that route may not be the same. The cities of Alexandria and Osakis, Douglas County and the state of Minnesota have swapped ownership of portions of roads in the area.
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